Transfer Beauvais Airport - Railway station in Paris
Beauvais Airport - Railway Station in Paris
Transport service between Beauvais airport and Railway station in Paris
Whether you choose a sedan or a limo, you can fully enjoy your transfer with our team. Your driver welcomes you at the airport and takes care of your luggage. Comfortably seated, you can take the opportunity to rest and discover the landscape. The driver at the wheel is a seasoned professional.
Destinations from Beauvais and best things to do in the region
THE GARE DE MONTPARNASSE
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THE GARE D’AUSTERLITZ
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THE GARE DE LYON
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(Montparnasse train station , East train station , North train station , Saint Lazare train station , Austerlitz train station , Gare de Lyon train station)
Located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, the Gare du Nord (Paris-Nord Station) stands at a height of fifty-three meters and was built in 1846 with classical and modernist influences. The station has several rails that fan out and serves as the departure point for trains that travel to the north of France and the bordering countries. As it is situated close to Belgium and the countries in northern France, the Gare du Nord handles over 260 million passengers annually, making it one of the busiest railway stations globally. Paris-Est Station is around 200 meters away. The station is recognized as a perfect combination of transportation modes as it serves as an intermodal route for railway companies, with TGV, Eurostar, and Thalys providing daily service. Other modes of transportation that can be accessed from the station include Intercités, TER Picardie, Transilien, RER, metro, bus, taxi, and Vélib.
The Gare du Nord station has been registered as a historic monument since January 15th, 1975. Here are the significant dates in the station's history, which is one of the most impressive in terms of chronology:
1846: The company receives its wharf and inaugurates the Paris-Clermont section, which is a part of the line connecting the Paris-Nord station to Lille. 1861to1866: The Paris-Nord station undergoes a reconstruction led by the architect Jacques Hittorff. 1877: The station goes from eight to thirteen lanes and acquires a hall built aspartial cover of the arrivals section. Early 20th century: It goes from13to18 rails and28 rails at the corner of Faubourg-Saint-Denis and Dunkerque streets. 1934: Development of the Avant-gare and redistribution of tracks. 1934: The station welcomes commuter trains. 1977to1982: Redevelopment of the underground station to accommodate RER B and D. 1993: Opening of the high-speed LGV North line. 1994: Eurostar connects Paris to London or Waterloo via the Channel Tunnel from this station in the north. 1996: Commissioning of the Thalys, connecting Paris to Amsterdam via Brussels. 1999: Inauguration of line E of the RER and the station of Magenta. 2002: Operation "North station exchanges."
It's worth noting that on the surface railways of the Gare du Nord station, the speed of trains is limited to 60 km/h near the wharves, then 30 km/h towards the middle, and finally 10 km/h in the last quarter of their length.
Avant-gare and theaters around Gare de l’Est
Established over an area of four kilometers, this complex Avant-gare of the French rail network has numerous sheep’s-pouts intended for the redeployment of ways. The Avant-gare area is a maintenance garage and maintenance workshops for rolling stock. It is the usual meeting place for professionals and railway enthusiasts.
Technicentre Paris Nord
Also known as the Joncherolles depot, this storage site is located beyond the peripheral boulevard, the Landy site to the west, 8 km from the North station. Paris Nord technicentre hosts the train tracks of the suburbs. This workshop is also the platform for storing the main lines.
It is a fresco painted on the facade of a building located between Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est. There is an image of the Eiffel Tower and the city of Paris. This construction is particularly appreciated, in a neighbourhood or a not insignificant part of the walls of buildings display graffiti and other wall graphics realized in secret.
Offering a varied, original and eclectic programming, the theatre soon receives Tom the Magician. This theatre has 2 rooms which can welcome 400 people.
Located less than one kilometer from the train station, the Bouffe-du-Nord Theater is an historic room situated in the Boulevard of Chapel. It hosts shows of all categories. Internet users report a good value for money.
Which hotels in Gare de l’Est area are suitable for international travelers ?
Holiday Inn Express
Hotel located in the 10th district of Paris, Mercure Paris offers comfortable and equipped rooms. You will have access to the minibar, Wi-Fi and a bathroom with hairdryer. This hotel will suit you if you plan to make international travels to the north of Europe. It is 350m from the train station.
Ibis Paris Gare du Nord
The Ibis Paris is a much recommended hotel. This property is located opposite the Gare du Nord train station, 30 minutes from Charles-de-Gaulle Airport. Rooms at Ibis have been recently renovated and have been decorated to provide a relaxing atmosphere. The majority of ibis guests are travelers who want to take the train. The hotel is 2 minutes of the quays of the train station.
Tourist hotels near Gare de Lyon
Considered one of the favorite addresses in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, the Hotel L’Interlude is nestled between the Bercy district, Place Daumesnil and the peaceful Bois de Vincennes park. It is surrounded by typical restaurants and bistros, in addition to various other popular attractions such as the Parc Floral and its botanical garden, the Paris Zoological Park, the Espace Reuilly, the Aligre market, etc. Better yet, the hotel is served by various bus lines and metro stations, including Michel Bizot's, which allows you to reach the center of Paris in a few minutes. A true haven of peace in the heart of the hustle and bustle of the Parisian streets, the three-star L’Interlude has 43 rooms nicely decorated and furnished to offer maximum comfort. The choice will be made between different categories: Classic, Superior, Twin, Triple, Quadruple and Communicating.
Agate Hotel Paris
Located near Place de Nation and Place de Bastille, the Agata Hôtel Paris is located at 8, cours de Vincennes, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. Conveniently located, it is surrounded by a variety of upscale restaurants, cafes, and bars. This is the perfect starting point for exploring the wonders of the City of Light. Indeed, through the Nation metro and RER station, a five-minute walk from the hotel, access to the capital's main tourist sites will be seamless. In particular, it will be possible to go directly to Disneyland Paris. The Agate Hotel Paris, classified three stars, invites its visitors to live an extraordinary Parisian experience, distinguished by its pleasant view over all of Paris, in particular the majestic Eiffel Tower. Green establishment, it has 43 comfortable and fully equipped rooms, of various categories: Stage Eco, Single, Double Standard / Superior, Triple.
Discover the Gourmet Chocolate Museum Choco Story in Paris
The chocolate chocolate choco story museum is the perfect place for chocolate lovers. This is a place that evokes the 4,000 years of cocoa history, showing you images, as well as making you taste different flavors. What to see in this museum ? By visiting this museum, you will have the opportunity to know everything about chocolate, while having fun and eating. Who has never dreamed of learning while eating? well, visiting this museum is the opportunity you've been longing for. Indeed, you will be immersed in the fabulous world of chocolate and you will know its entire history. But before starting your journey, you will first visit the tree that provides us with the chocolate, the cocoa tree. Then you will learn how to maintain them and comment on the different ingredients to obtain an exquisite chocolate. Indeed, you will learn in detail its manufacture, namely, the first cocoa beans to the creation techniques. And that's not all, this museum is also full of 1000 old and authentic objects that date from 3500 years before Jesus Christ. These objects are classified in a space called Maya. In this space, you will also learn the different mystical rites of the Mayans, as well as the Aztecs. In this museum, you will also find professional chocolate makers who will give you various demonstrations throughout the day. In this way, young and old will be satisfied. Without forgetting the giant chocolate sculptures, whether you are an observer. What to do in this museum ? Other than visiting the different stories of chocolate, you will have the opportunity to taste a whole range and without moderation. What's more, you will find different tastes every time. What offers your taste buds, a real delight.
Transfer by car with driver from Beauvais Airport to Gare du Nord
To make this journey from Beauvais Airport to Gare du Nord, take the A16 motorway in Beauvais until the green cross, at the roundabout take the A106 until the A1 motorway near Charles de Gaulle airport towards Paris door of chapel. Then you will reach the Rue de Dunkerque where you will have to continue for 200m before turning left into the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis before arriving at the station Paris Nord.